After following their passion for music since childhood, both Justin Bell and Dylan Hairston decided to combine that passion with their love for video games, which led to them working at Obsidian Entertainment. As Audio Director/Composer and Sound Designer respectively, and together with the rest of the audio team, they brought The Outer Worlds to life, a single-player sci-fi RPG about space exploration with lots of personality. Here's how that project was developed and how Sound Particles was an integral part of the process!Read More
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Meet the Energy Panner, our new plugin! What can you do with it and how do you use it? What is the power of the plugin?
Don’t worry, we’re here to answer your questions. In this blog post, we give you a guided tour of the plugin and how to best apply it to pan your sounds effortlessly.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, a huge majority of sports stadiums all around the world have no audience whatsoever attending. To increase viewers’ engagement during the transmission of the matches, some international broadcasters have requested Electronic Arts (EA) to help them simulate crowd sounds during their broadcasts. Paul Boechler, sound designer on EA’s FIFA franchise, was the one responsible for creating the dynamic crowd audio playback system that is currently being used by broadcast companies such as Sky Sports, BT and BBC. And he was very kind to share his experience with us and to also tell us a little bit of the process behind the creation of the sounds used in the games.Read More
Dan Kenyon is a sound designer and sound effects editor who has worked in projects such as Star Trek, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, Spiderman: Far From Home, and more recently in The Trial of the Chicago 7. He is an Emmy winner, a great professional with a vast resumé, and he uses Sound Particles!
Get to know more about the way he works in the industry and how he uses our software in this new interview.
We created two immersive soundscapes that are spooky, scary and cool, but above all, they are able to transport us somewhere else for a minute.
And you might think a minute is not that much time, but a lot can happen in a minute! You'll feel it. Check out the immersive experiences we created, and then check out exactly how we did it!
For Sound Particles, it all started way back in 2005 when this company was nothing but a dream in Nuno Fonseca's mind, a small idea that was too big to ever be brought to fruition.
Here's the great part about this story - how the small start-up that could went from being the brainchild of a university professor to developing a software being used in all major Hollywood studios, being integrated in AAA video games, and being an indispensable tool for a lot of sound professionals.
In this interview, Nuno tells us all about his career path, the growth of Sound Particles and his passion for 3D Audio.
Confused with all the 3D Audio terms that keep coming up? Have you tried searching for answers, only to find them scattered through several articles and guides? This quick guide offers you a summary of what you need to know and what the future holds for Immersive Sound.
Camel 101 is a portuguese video game company that just released their new game Those Who Remain. Eduardo Magalhães, responsible for all the sounds in the game along with João Mascarenhas (the other sound designer and composer), talked to us about his process of creating this world through audio and, more specifically, how Sound Particles played a part in that.Read More
We interviewed Jeremy Peirson, a Supervising Sound Editor, Sound Designer, and Re-recording Mixer for the Apple+ show See. Peirson has dozens of credits on different projects and he has also been a Sound Particles user for quite some time. We were fortune to have him sit down with us for this interview and talk about all things related to audio work and Sound Particles.Read More
We interviewed Jeremy Peirson; Supervising Sound Editor, Sound Designer, and Re-recording Mixer for the Apple+ show See. For this show, Jeremy had very specific challenges when designing the sounds for a future world where mankind has been left blind. We talked to him about how Sound Particles helped him on that journey.Read More
We interviewed David Acord, a Supervising Sound Editor, Sound Designer, and Re-recording Mixer for Skywalker Sound. Acord has dozens of credits and was nominated for two Academy Awards: Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2016, and the recently released Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. He has also been a Sound Particles user for quite some time.Read More
Learn the basics of Sound Particles 2 such as creating a project, creating a particle group, importing audio files, rendering, and exporting your audio.
In this tutorial, Diogo briefly explains the basics of Sound Particles 2, and how to create a simple project.Read More